Tasmanian Symphony Orchestra
Federation Concert Hall 1 Davey Street
Come on a journey from darkness to light – from the sombre tones of Haydn’s Symphony No 49 (which, unusually, remains in a minor key throughout) to Mozart’s luminous Symphony No 39, among the last and greatest of all of his symphonies. Along the way, experience some of the most ravishing opera arias of the period, including Donna Elvira’s ‘Mi tradì’ from Don Giovanni and Fiordiligi’s ‘Come scoglio’ from Così fan tutte. Nicole Car, fresh from successes in the world’s leading opera houses, makes her eagerly anticipated return to the Tasmanian Symphony Orchestra. Appearing with the TSO for the first time is conductor Bertrand de Billy, principal guest conductor of the Dresdner Philharmonie and an opera conductor of distinction.